All Saint’s Anglican Church, Murwillumbah

This organ was built in 1926 by C. W. Leggo of Sydney with pneumatic action in the picturesque cane town of Murwillumbah, N.S.W. This organ had been moved from the original wooden church and electrified by H. W. Jarrott.  In 1998, Simon Pierce restored the organ. Restoration consisted of removing the internal pull-down magnets, and making new electro-pneumatic underaction with large pull-down motors, similar to that used previously.  All components were restored and the wind pressure returned to the original settings.  The pipework was cleaned and regulated.  With the new wind pressure and responsive action, the organ tone became warm and full, which was very effective in this large building.

Specifications:
GREAT                                                 PEDAL

16′        Bourdon                                32′        Harmonic Bass
8′        Open Diapason                      16′        Bourdon
8′        Dulciana                                 16′        Echo Bourdon (from Great)
8′        Clarabella 8′                           Principal (from Great)
4′        Principal                                   4′        Fifteenth (from Principal 8)
4′        Harmonic Flute
2′        Fifteenth                                  Usual couplers
TremulantPEDAL
SWELL

8′        Violin Diapason                        32′    Acoustic Bass
8′        Lieblich Gedact                        16′    Open Wood
8′        Salicional                                  16′    Bourdon
8′        Vox Celeste                               8′    Principal
4′        Gemshorn                                  8′    Bass Flute
8′        Cornopean
8′        Oboe
Swell Octave
Swell Sub
Tremulant

Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Great
Swell Sub
Swell Unison Off
Swell Super
Swell Super to Great
Swell Sub to Great
Great Super

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